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  • Interview with our 2019 Campaign Kickoff Speaker

    Your grandmother was your best friend and mentor. How did you two typically spend your time together? We’d mostly sit and talk, usually in her apartment. She’d share her thoughts and advice with me. She’d also let me ask questions about whatever was on my mind. We’d joke around, too. I’d try to convince her Continue Reading

  • Trivia Night 2019

    Don’t miss this year’s Trivia Night! February 2, doors open at 5 p.m., trivia starts at 6 p.m. This annual fundraiser is a fun night out–with free babysitting–benefiting the Dave R. Sylvan Camp Scholarship Fund and CSJCC Programs. $200 per table of 8. Also enjoy a wine pull, cash bar, and silent auction. Food by Continue Reading

  • Institute of Adult Jewish Studies Winter 2019

    Hour 1 – 7:00 p.m.-7:45 p.m. JEWISH VALUES TOWARD A LIFE OF GOOD Instructors: Rabbi Dan Kaiman & Rabbi Michael Weinstein Judaism and Jewish life is foundational in values by which to live.  Our Jewish values, the middot, inspire us to live a life of meaning and purpose.  The middot guide us in the ways Continue Reading

  • School’s Out Break Camps

    School’s Out and Camp is In! Register now!

  • Annual Coat Drive

    Our Annual Coat Drive Continues!   We are collecting gently–used winter coats, scarves, gloves, hats, etc. Donations can be dropped off in the lobby of the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center.  All items will be delivered to Family & Children’s Services during December and January.

  • Chinese on Christmas

    Come join us for this fun community tradition! Every year, we gather together at an Asian buffet for a festive feast on Dec. 25th. This year, we will return to the Yutaka Grill, 6 p.m., at the Farm Shopping Center, 6560 East 51st St., Tulsa. Remember to RSVP by Dec. 20 to mprescott@jewishtulsa.org. See you Continue Reading

  • #GivingTuesday

    How will you give back this year? Mark your calendar for Giving Tuesday on November 27! #GivingTuesday is the global day of giving after Black Friday & Cyber Monday. COME JOIN US!  GIVE TO THE TULSA JEWISH UNITED FUND ON NOV. 27 Don’t want to wait? Give now online or send in a check to Continue Reading

  • 2018 Kristallnacht Commemoration: Laws of the Holocaust: Discrimination… Segregation …Extermination

    How do governments institutionalize hatred? How do governments legalize the murder of its own citizens, and their children? The Nazi government in the 1930s took traditional antisemitism and created a bureaucratic superstructure whose goals were to disenfranchise and eventually exterminate its own citizens and those who fell under its control. What was the legal progression Continue Reading

  • Helping Tulsa’s Children Develop the Lifelong Skill of Reading

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa is hosting a book drive for ReadingPartnersTulsa! From October 8 to November 16. we will be collecting books that will go to K-3rd grade students in Tulsa elementary schools, helping build their at-home libraries. Stop by today and help us reach our goal of 75 books! Books must be in Continue Reading

  • OK Jewish Film Festival

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